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Unsubscribe: Reclaiming The Power of Your Click
Over the past few years, the media has, more than ever, tried to guide, prod, and convince us to like this, hate that, worship one thing, and despise another. It tells us how we should feel, who we should be relating to, what is in and what is out. It seems...

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How To Get Over Anything
Disclaimer: This article is not intended for people who are mourning the death of a loved one. We can never truly get over a death, and my heart goes out to those who have experienced one and have turned to this post for guidance. It crushes me to say that ...

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The Art of Apologizing
We can work on ourselves all we want, but we are never going to stop making mistakes. There will always be times when we are disrespectful, absent-minded, or even downright hurtful to others. We’ve all been there, nobody’s perfect, and I’m sure we didn’t me...

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Put A Ring On It: A Commitment To Self-Respect
Over the past year and a half, I've learned a great deal about self-respect. People come to New York City from all over the world in order to find themselves, and many people do. I learned more about myself during my summer internship in the city than any o...

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The Proust Questionnaire
The Proust Questionnaire is a list of questions that was originally made popular by Marcel Proust. It is designed to show many facets of someone ’ s personality and values in a quick, concise, and fun manner.  Word is that it was used as a parlor game back ...

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Don't Put Me In A Box
It’s come to my attention recently that I’m somewhat of an anomaly in some people’s minds. I live in Hoboken but I’m not from New Jersey. I am not a frat bro, yet I went to Penn State. I have my own personal style and an interesting job yet I don’t live in ...

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Resolutions
Up until two years ago I was just like most of the population of the United States. After Christmas I would think up a New Year’s resolution, talk about how excited and determined I was to stick with it all year, keep up with it for a week and a half, and f...

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On Being Crazy
After a long time of trying to start this post lightly, I've realized that I can't start it lightly. So let's just jump right into it. I have a confession to make: I'm crazy. Yes, you read that right. I'm crazy. I'm coming out of the asylum and beginning to...

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Freelancing
I don't have a full time job. I'm constantly unemployed. I don't have a steady paycheck. All these things are seen as tragic and unfortunate. For me, it's just reality. Most people would feel sympathy for or look down upon people who can say these things ab...

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